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DEDICATION 

BECAUSE OF THE HIGH REGARD THE 

STUDENTS OF 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 

HAVE FOR HER, AND BECAUSE OF 

HER WORTHINESS OF THIS REGARD AND 

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FRIENDSHIP OF EVERY STUDENT 

WE GRATEFULLY DEDICATE THIS 

THE 1934 EDITION OF 

THE COLLEGIATE 

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MISS MILDRED D. ROSS, 

REGISTRAR OF THE COLLEGE 



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FACULTY 19333^34 



Frederick F. Grimm 
Elizabeth Edward Yavorski 
Dallas Mallison 
Frances F. Harper 
Myrtle L. Harper 
R. D. Bullock, Jr. 
Martha L. Edmunston 
C. H. Hamlin 
H. S, Hilley 
Edward T. Stallings 
Charlotte Hill 
Cortell K. Holsapple 
Nannelle Poulk Hinton 

Mildred Ross 

F. A. Hodges 

Mrs. Gladys Charles 

J. M. Waters 

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Miss Agnes Peele 

W. D. P. Sharpe, Jr. 

Dr. C. L. Blackburn 



Dean and Professor of Education. 

Dean of Women and Instructor in Voice. 

Instructor in Social Science. 

Professor of Mathematics. 

Librarian. 

Instructor in English. 

Professor of Modern Languages. 

Professor of Social Science. 

President, and Professor of Ancient Languages. 

Instructor in Violin and Orchestra, 

Instructor in Science and Physical Education. 

Professor of English. 

Professor of Piano, Director of Glee Club and 
Musical Activities. 

Registrar. 

Professor of Science. 

Dietition. 

Professor of Bible. 

Irr t* i'."tor in Commercial Subjects. 
Instructor in Commercial Law. 
Instructor in Physical Education. 



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LYMONI) EDWARD ANGEL 

Stokesdale, N. C. 

Elon College, '25-'27. 

Hesperian Lit' rary Society; Wranglers 
Club: Glee Club; Pipe Club. 

"Ami chuMy wnltli' Ik- lerne, ;nul irladly 
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NORMAN I'M L ARLINE, Jr. 

Bainbridgre, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A.; Hesperian Literary Society, 
Vfce-Pres. '33; Fellowship, Vice-Pres. '33; 
Ministerial Club; Baritone Solois! in Glee Club. 
'30-'34; Won Second Place State Peace Ora- 
torical Contest, '."i-L 

"I will lift up mine eyes to the hills, 
from whence cometh my help." 



WILLIAM (LINTON BAILEY 

Middlesex, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. : Hesperian Literary Society; 
Pipe Club. '.'{4. 

"One cannot know everything:." 



KOY BRANCH BARIIAM 

Kmly, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. ; A let hi an Literary Society; 
Fellowship. 

"Oh. for a forty- parson power." 



MRS. GEORGIE FROST BARNES 

Lucama, N. C. 

Graduate of A. C. College 1930, magna 
cum laucle. in Voice. Piano, and Public School 
Music. Graduate of Breazeale School of Art. 
Soloist M. E. Church : soloist Eastern Caro- 
lina Band: soloist Stalling^' Orchestra. 

"Nothing: endures but personal qualities." 



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RICHARD FRANKLIN BRAKES 

Wilson. X. C. 

Alethian Literary Society; Glee CHlb,'33; 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity. 

"Soft words, with nothing- in them, make 
;i song." 

DORIS LEE B*SS 

Black Creek. X. C. 

Y. W. C. A.; Alethian Literary Society, 
Pr -. ■'!:). Secretary. '32; Girls Athletic Club: 
Chairman of Entertainment Committee tor 
Student Association: Student Council, '32-'S3; 
Sigma Taii Chi Sorority, Pres. '32: Woman's 
Dormitory Council, Sec. '33-'34; Glee Club. 

■Real work requires no interpreter." 

"Keep cool and you command every- 



MAISKL KILLKIIRKW CHERRY 

Rocky Mount. N. C. 

Y. W. C. A. Pres "::"- '.'',:l : H. - 1 i iti 
Literary Society. Vice-Pres. '31-'33; Giris 
Athletic Club. Pres. '31-'32; Phi Sigma Tau 
Sorority, Pres. ':tl-':j':: Pres. Junior CI is-. 
'32-'33: Vice-Pres. Student Council, '32-33; 
Pres. Student Association. ':!.i-':it : House 
Pres. of Woman's Dormitory Government, 
'33-'34: Cheer Leader, '32-'34. 
'33-'34; Cheer Leader. '31-'34. 

"As merry as the day is long - ." 

ELLWOOD IKI.K DAIL 

Gritton. N. C. 

State College. '29-'31. 

Hesperian Literary Society: Pres. Senior 
Class. '83-'34: Hesperian Debater, '34: Phi 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Pres. '34: Manag- 
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VKI.MA LOl USE GURGANUS 

Stokes. N. C. 

Y. W. C. A. Alethian Literary Society, 
Sec. '32: Girls Athletic Club: Collegiate Staff, 
'33-'34: Sigma Tau Chi Sorority, Pres. '33. 

"The wants of a woman are an unknown 
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CHARLES It. HINNANT 

Micro, N. C. 

Alcthian Literary Society, 

"A careless song", a little nonsense now 

and then, does nut misbecome a Senior." 



WILEY NARRON 

Kenly, N. C. 

Presbyterian Jr. College, '30-'32; Presby- 
ti riau College, '32-:33; Pipe Club. 

"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdaj s 
and confidant tomorrows." 



EDWARD CLEMENT MILLER, Jr. 

Middletown, N. C. 

A let lii an Literary Society; Phi Kappa 
Alpha, Fraternity, Pres. '33-'34; Collegiate 
Staff. '32-'34; Manager Baseball. 'H'l-iy.i; 
Manager Basketball, '33-'34. 

"Physicians, of all men, are most happy; 
Wna-tever good success soever they have; the 
world proelaimeth ; and what faults commit, 
the earth covereth." 



HENRY KLDON ROGERS 

Rose Hill, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. Hesperian Literary Society; 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity, PVes. '33-34; Foot- 
ball, '30; Baseball, '32-'34; Basketball and 
Tennis. '30-'34. 



JAMES BENTON ROSE 

Newton Grove, N. C. 

Y. M. C. A. ; Alethian Literary Society; 
Pipe Club; Basketball, '31-'34; Tennis Club. 
'o4; Glee Club; Sigma Alpha Fraternity. 

"Much wisdom often goes with fewest 
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CARL SAUNDERS 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Johnson Bible Colleg-e. '31-'33. 

T. M. C. A. Alethian Literary Sod ty; 
tHee Club; Ministerial Club. Pres. '34; Or- 
chestra; Fellowship. 

"Tlie deepest rivers flow with least 
sound." 

NANCY CAROLINE STEPHENSON 



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Vii e-Pres ; ; :; I 

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cabinet. '38-'34; Hesperian 
Fellowship; Sec. .:■-' :;.:. 
Girls Athletic Club. News 
Religious Education Com- 

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EVELYN FRANCES STOTT 

i .i ley, X. C. 

V. W. C. A.: Alethian Literary S 
Treas. :::; Mil- Athletic Club Pres, ;:;!-"::t: 
h . ,1111:11. hi May Day. 33-'34; Sigma Tan 
* in Sorority: Glee Club; Woman's Dormitory 
Council. 



M K AMANDA TODD 
Wendell, N. C. 

V. \v. c. A. Vice-Pres. ':i.'i-':J4: Alethian 
Lit rary Society, Vice-Pres. '32: Phi Sigma 
Tan Sorority, Pres. '31: Fellowship. Vice- 
Pres. '33; Student Council, '32-'33: Alethian 
Debater, :i'l; Gin- Club. Collegiate Staff: 
Woman's Dormitory Council, Pres. , 38-'34; 
Girls Athletic Club. 

"Nothing was ever achieved without cn- 
■ husiasm." 



JOHN LEONARD WESTBROOK 

Newton Grove, N. C 

Y. M. C. A: Alethian Literary Society; 
Pipe Club. '34; Glee Club. '32-'34; Sisma 
Alriha Fraternity. 

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JESSIE MAK VVETHINliTON 

<3rifton, N. C. 

Y. W. C. A. Vice-Pies. '33~'34; Hesperi- 
an Literary Society, Vice-Pres. '33. Woman's 
Dormitory Council. Vice-Pres. '33-'34; Fel- 
lowship; Treasurer Student Association. '33- 
'34; Girls Athletic Club. 

"Studiou6 of Ea.se. and fond of humble 
tilings." 



KVA MAE WHITLKV 

Washington, N, C. 

T. W. C. A. Pres. '33-'34; Hesperian 
Literary Society. Vice-Pres. '31; Girls Athletic- 
Club, Pres. '32-'33; Pres. Sophomore Class, 
'32-'33: Secretary of Student Association, '33- 
'34; Womas's Dormitory Council: Sigma Tail 
Chi Sorority, Pres. '31. 

"Strong reasons make strong actions." 



!N I>. WILSON 

Wilson, N. C. 

"Still Water runs deep. 



KOBEKT ALTON WINFIELD 

Pantego, N. C. 

Alethian Literary Society. Pres. 33, 
Treas. '32; Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity: 
Basketball, '.'U-'.'U; Baseball, '31-'33. 

"Handsome is that handsome docs." 



i\ VATT COLLINS YEI.VEKTON 

Black Creek, N. C. 

North Carolina State College, '28-'.'{(l. 
Y, M. C. A. Editor-in-Chief of "Collegiate." 
'33-'34; Sigma Alpha Fraternity; Alethian 
Literary Society: Senior Representative to 
--Indent Council, '33-'34: Wranglers Club. '33- 
'.'{4; Pipe Club, '34. 

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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1934 

If one could turn back the hands of the clock and turn over the pages of history for 
the past four years, much concerning the Senior Class of 1934 might be revealed. 

On Monday, September 6, 1930, at the registrar's desk, there was enrolled a pitiful, 
pale-faced group of Freshmen who had come to Atlantic Christian College in its quest 
for knowledge. After being enrolled, some of the newness wore off, and we lost our 
fear of each other, and after due process of initiation administered at the hands, of 
the Upper-Classmen, we began to feel as though we were really a part of the institu- 
tion. We met and duly elected our officers. Mr. Kermit Traylor, a ministerial stu- 
dent of Newell, Alabama, was chosen to lead our class through its Freshman year, 
which duty he ably and efficiently discharged. We fell to work with a will and we 
closed our Freshman year with a picnic at Silver Lake, and "moving up day" at a 
chapel Service when we were made Sophomores. 

On September 7, 1931, we came back for a hard year's work as Sophomores. Out- 
number was not so large as it was during our Freshman year, for during the summer 
we lost several members who enrolled in other schools or stayed at home. This year 
we selected Miss Eva Mae Whitley, of Washington, N. C, as our president. Miss 
Whitley led our class ably and efficiently throughout the year until "moving up day" 
when we were heralded as Juniors. Our year closed with another picnic at Silver Lake. 

On September 11, 1932, we came together again on the campus of Atlantic Christian 
College to begin our work as Juniors. For our president, we chose Miss Mabel Cherry 
of Rocky Mount. Miss Cherry led us very efficiently through these days of work, for 
we had plenty of work. As we look back over this year there are joys and sorrows in 
view. On January 10, 1933, the hand of death moved over our group and took one of 
our most versatile members in the person of Glennie Daniels, of Black Creek. Tin? 
was a blow from which we have never quite recovered. But time healed the wound 
and we moved onward with our work. On April IS, 1933, we entertained the Seniors 
in the annual Junior-Senior Banquet at the Country Club. The year was closed by a 
party in the parlors by Mr. Grim, our sponsor, and "moving up day" when we were 
made Seniors. 

We started off our Senior year in the fall of '33 with only fourteen of our original 
membership with us. Others united with us bringing our number to twenty-six. Erie 
Dail, of Grifton was chosen to guide us as president through our last year. This year, 
four of our class were stricken by the seeming "epidemic" of appendicitis and under- 
went operations at a local hospital. We worked hard, bringing our Senior year to a 
close with the annual banquet by the Juniors and a party at the home of Mrs. Jack 
Barnes in Lucama. Our four years at Atlantic Christian College have all too soon 
become history and as we leave these cherished scenes, we do so with a pang of regret, 
yet with a determination to take our places in life and make Atlantic Christian College, 
our Alma Mater, proud of us. 

Signed: 

N. PAUL ARLINE, Jr., Historian. 



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JUNIOR CLASS 

The Junior Class reentered school this year with memories of the past happy hours 
spent on the campus intermingled with high hopes for the future, During the past 
years in college, the class has accomplished much and has been widely represented in 
the various college activities. The outstanding event of the Junior year was the 
annual Junior-Senior Banquet held at the Country Club on May 4, 1934. Last, but 
not least, the Junior Class has always endeavored to uphold and to strengthen the high 
ideals and time-honored traditions of Atlantic Christian College. 

OFFICERS 

President Jack Aycock 

Vice-President •__. Mary Blackburn 

Secretary Hazel Windley 

Treasurer Clinton Murray 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 

Sixty-three members of the Sophomore class aie nearing the end of a great year. 
Several of its members have been instrumental in helping to promote the improvements 
that are so noticeable on the campus. The class has been well represented in every 
activity. With all indications pointing to a greater A. C. C, the sophomore class is 
looking forward with keen enthusiasm and uncompromising expectations to its re- 
maining years. 

OFFICERS 

President Bill Cunningham 

Vice-President ._ Kathleen Roberson 

Secretary Georgia Brewer 

Treasurer Oscar Brinson, Jr. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 

The class of 1934 has the distinction of being the largest class in the history of the 
college. It is important not only because of its size, but also because of its participa- 
tion in campus activities. Many of the Freshmen have taken active parts in the social, 
religious, intellectual, and athletic programs this year. 

The members have also, learned to love A. C. C, in this their first year that every 
one of them is eagerly looking forward to the happy and beneficial three years ahead. 

OFFICERS 

President Randolph Allen 

Vice-President Mattie Belle Stewart 

Secretary '. , Charles Ware 

Treasurer Russel Roebuck 

Council Representative Eleanor Woodard 






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ALETHIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 



We are proud of the many accomplishments of our society during this year. We 
have grown in quality as well as in cmantity. After much discussion our society 
finally selected the debaters, who through their earnest and untiring efforts brought 
us our eighth conscutive victory over the Hesperians in the annual debate. To Hazel 
Windley and P. D. Grady, Jr., we sincerely express our love and appreciation. 

The outgoing seniors hope the future members will uphold and increase the high 
levels of achievement that have been maintained in the past. 

OFFICERS 
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER 



President Doris Bass 

Vice-President __ Kathleen Eagles 

Secretary Mary Blackburn 

Treasurer Bob Winfield 

Critic Hazel Windley 

Pianist Hazel Windley 



President Bob Winfield 

Vice-President William Willis 

Secretary Maria Brinson 

Treasurer __ Mattie Belle Stewart 

Critic Kathleen Eagles 

Pianists Gladys Charles 

Russell Roetuck 



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Above is pictured the Atlantic Christian College Tri-State and Inter-Society debaters 
They are from left to right, back row: 

P. D. Grady, Jr., Tri-State and Alethian; Jack Aycock, Hesperian Alternate; 
Lymond Angel, Tri-State; Erie Dail, Tri-State and Hesperian. 

Front Row: 

Kathleen Eagles, Alethian Alternate; Oscar Brinson, Hesperian; Hazel 
Windley, Alethian. 

The Query for the Inter-Society debate was - Resolved: That the powers of the 
President should be substantially increased as a settled policy. 

The negetive side, upheld by the Alethian Society, won the decision unanimously 
thus giving the Alethians their eighth consecutive victory over the Hesperians. 



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HESPERIAN LITERARY SOCIETY 

As this school year conies to a close the Hesperian Literary 'Society real!cc:; fiat 
it has just passed another successful year. Its membership of 115 is not only the 
largest enrollment in the history of the society, but the largest of any organization 
on the campus of Atlantic Christian College. The true Hesperian spirit has existed 
as great as ever in spite of the fact that we lost the Debate. 

To say a word for the debaters, Oscar Brinson and Erie Dail, thsy fought a good 
fight and we are proud of them. The Ilesperians are also proud of the fact that of 
the four inter-collegiate debaters, three were Hesperians. 

The society has instituted a new program committee headed by three vice-presi- 
dents by which it hopes to retain the Program Cup which has been held by the Hes- 
perians for the past several years. 

The Society is looking forward to a bigger and better year in 1934-35. 

OFFICERS 
FIRST SEMESTER 
Presidents 



Eva Mae Whitley 

Rommie Mali; son 

Vice-Presidents Pajl Arline 

Myra Joyner 

Secretary Inez May 

Treasurer Rabon Rose 

Critic Eugene Taylor 

Chaplain Ernest DeLoach 

Pianist Myra Joyner 



SECOND SEMESTER 

President Clinton Murray 

First Vice-Pres. Vivian Prescott 

Second Vice-Pres. Sarah Loftin 

Third Vice-Pres. Martha W. Davis 

Secretary Mary Brswer 

Treasurer Donahue Bryant 

Critic Lymond Angel 

Chaplain Oakel Bass 

Pianist Paul Arline 

Chorister Eugene Taylor 



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THE MINISTERIAL CLUB 

The Ministerial Club is a new organization at Atlantic Christian College, having 
been formed during the Autumn of 1933. It is composed of young men and women 
who have decided to give their lives to the preaching and teaching of the ideals of 
Jesus, so that they may have a part in helping to bring to pass, upon the earth, that 
classless human society which Jesus called The Kingdom of God. 

OFFICERS 
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER 

President Carl Saunders President Wilbert T. Waters 

Vice-President Selz Mayo Vice President Milton Adams. 

Secretary Hubert Rose Secretary Harold F. Brown 



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FELLOWSHIP CLUB 



Fellowship, is an organization composed of ministerial students and members of the 
student body who are interested in present-day religious problems. The organization 
has been fortunate this year in having interesting and educational religious programs 
as well as training in leadershp. 

OFFICERS 



FIRST SEMESTER 

President Rabon Rose 

Vice-Pres. . Nancy Stevenson 

Secretary Helen Gunter 

Treasurer Wilbert Waters 

Chaplain Russell Jefferson 

Pianist Hubert Jernigan, 



SECOND SEMESTER 

President Selz Mayo 

Vice-Pres. Billie Edgerton 

Secretary Sarah Loftin 

Treasurer Estelle Marler 

Chaplain Harold Brown 

Pianist Russell Roebuck 

Chorister Kathleen Roberson 



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C. A. 



The Y. M. C. A. of Atlantic Christian College was organized several years ago and 
has proved to be one of the most outstanding organizations on the campus. It 
strives for the betterment of each individual, physically, mentally, socially, and spirit- 
ually. These phases make up the aim of this organization which is, "the Brother- 
hood of Christ." 

The "Y" meets weekly and discusses problems confronting the individual and society. 
It is an excellent place for the exchange of ideas among, the faculty and students. It 
is an organization which every young man at. A. C. C. has the privilege of joining. 

OFFICERS 

President Oakel B. Bass 

Vice-President Hubert E. Rose 

Secretary Marvin Jackson 



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The Y. W. C. A. has grown this year, in numbers, in interest, and in usefulness. 
Its increase in numbers has been partly a result of the increase of the student body; 
its increase in interest is due to its wide-awake programs and numerous activities; 
its increase in helpfulness is due to the worth-whileness of its programs and the prin- 
ciples which the Y. W. C. A. triangle stands. The continued growth of any organiza- 
tion especially in these three respects, is justification for its existence. 

Together with the Y. M. C. A., it has operated the College book, store this year. 
Finances from this source have gone to such worthwhile causes as Christmas cheer 
for an Opportunity Family in Wilson; the orphanage in Atlanta, Georgia; the student 
parlor furniture fund, etc. 

Its activities have consisted of a Halloween party, a Christmas Bazaar, a booth at 
the Penny Carnival, an Easter Vesper service, and the sending of delegates to the 
Student Volunteer Conference in Raleigh. 

May the final result be — in future years when our thoughts turn back to the Y, W. 
C. A. — the ringing in our ears of that familiar — ■ 

"Follow, follow, follow the gleam 
Of the challenge that is the Grail!" 

OFFICERS— 1933-34 

President Eva Mae Whitley 

Vice-President Jessie Wethington 

Secretary Inez May 

Treasurer Sarah Loftin 

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STUDENT COUNCIL 

The Student Association is the only organization on the campus of which every 
student is a member. The Student Council is the judiciary and executive body of the 
Student Association at large. This organization was founded in November 1M27. It 
grew out of the work of the Y. M. C. A. which was profoundly interested in the honor 
system. 

The purpose of the Student Association is to "promote closer cooperation between 
the faculty and the student body in all matters pertaining to the welfare of the school, 
to develop within the student body a greater sense of responsibility and a finer college 
spirit; to make efficient the honor system; and to entourage and train for more 
democratic living." 

The Student Council has been very active this year, and it is felt that much has 
been accomplished. 

THE MEMBERS ARE: 

Mabel Cherry President 

Jacob Taylor Vice-President 

Hazel Windley Secretary 

Horace Cunningham Assistant Secretary 

Jessie Wethington Treasurer 

Collins Yelverton Senior Representative 

Ina Rivers Tuten Junior Representative 

Georgia Brewer , Sophomore Representative 

Eleanor Woodard Freshman Representative 

Mary Brewer Y. W. C. A. Representative 

Harold Tyer Y. M. C. A Representative 



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The Women's Student Government Association is one of the youngest organizations 
on the campus. The association was first begun because the girls felt that the re- 
sponsibility of governing themselves would make for growth in character and power 
and would promote loyalty to the best interest of the College. 

Although the Dormitory 'Council has only been functioning one year, it has led in 
various movements which have resulted in obtaining more privileges for the dormitory 
students. For its first year, the organization has been remarkably successful. 

The 1933-34 members of the council are: President, Miss Sue Todd; Vice-President, 
Miss Mabel Cherry; Secretary, Miss Doris Bass; Treasurer, Miss Elizabeth Winstead; 
Y. W. C. A. representative, Miss Eva Mae Whitley; Senior representative, Miss Frances 
Stott; Junior representative, Miss Inez May; Sophomore representative, Miss Mary 
Brewer; Freshman representative, Miss Ollie Wray. Town students representatives, 
Misses Mary Blackburn and Emma Barfoot. 

F acuity advisors for the council are: Mrs. Elizabeth E. Yavorski, Dean of Women, 
Miss Frances Harper, and Miss Charlotte Hill. 



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The Wranglers Club is an old organization on the Campus. It is composed of the 
members of the Class in Argumentation and Debate under the able direction of Pro- 
fessou F. F. Grim. 

The purpose of the Club is to train the members in parlimentary procedure through 
actual practice, to teach them how to select, and organize material for a debate as 
well as write it cleverly and deliver it effectively, and to enable the members to stain 
up before a crowd and express themselves in a pleasant and efficient manner. 

The Club is proud of the fact that three of the four inter-society debaters and. the 
three of the four Tri-State Forensic debaters are among its present members. 

THE MEMBERS ARE: 



Lymond Angel '34 

Oakel Bass '36 

Losker Bennett '35 

Erie Dail '34 

P. D. Grady, Jr. '35 

Prof. F. F. Grimm. 



Selz Mayo '36 

Eugene Taylor '35 

Jacob Taylor '35 

Wilbert Waters '35 

Hazel Windley '35 

Collins Yelverton '34 



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I SMOKA PIPE CLUB 

The "I Smoka Pipe Club" was founded by a group of young men of A. C. C, Feb. 6, 
1934. It is the youngest organization on the campus and its unique nature caused 
it to create much interest. 

Its members consist of the cleanest, most studious young men on the campus; the 
Club hopes to live up to the standards of the College and to develop a brotherhood 
with a progressive, and permanent futurt, which will be an honor to the school. 

Its purposes are to eliminate the nervousness caused by cigarettes; to foster better 
companionship between pipe smokers, and to develop that sense of tranquility that 
every pipe smoker enjoys. 

The success of the Club exceeded the expectations of the organizers. It held its 
first social in the form of a Stag Banquet at Dixie Inn May 2, 1934, which was greatly 
enjoyed. 

OFFICERS 

Donahue Bryant President 

Jack Aycock ►. Vice-President 

John Eagles Secretary and Treasurer 

"Buck" Lovelace Corresponding Secretary 

Rabon Rose Chaplain 

Wiley Narron Sergeant-at-Arms 

MEMBERS 



Lymond Angel 
Clinton Bailey 
John Edmonson 
Ferby Fulghum 



C. B. Hinnant 
Clinton Murray 
Theodore Owens 
James Parsons 



Benton Rose 
Harry Shackleford 
Bruce Simmons 
Collins Yelverton 



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GLEE CLUB 



The Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Nannelle Hinton, has donq exceptionally 
fine work this year. In addition to the numbers that it has" rendered on various pro- 
grams given in the College Auditoriums and the Christmas Vesper Services it present- 
ed, the Glee Club has visited many churches in the Eastern part of North Carolina and 
presented a Deputation Program that was written especially for it by Miss Sue Todd, 
one of the Senior members of the Club. The Deputation Program is in the form of a 
play, in which Clyde Hurt takes the part of the College girl's father, Jessie Welling- 
ton plays as her mother, and Sue Todd acts as the daughter who is a student at Atlantic 
Christian College. The Play has been presented successfully in the following churches 
in Eastern North Carolina: Washington, Wendell, Selma, New Bern, Robersonville, 
Goldsboro and Grifton. The Glee Club also plans to present a Commencement Concert 
on the afternoon of May 27. 

The members of the Glee Club are: Sue Todd, Hazel Windley, Kathleen Roberson, 
Georgia Brewer, Elizabeth Winstead, Frances Stott, Doris Bass, Velma Gurganus, Neva 
Liverman, Maria Brinson, Helen Gunter, Marjorie Moore, Lillian Woodard, Lou Ellen 
Perry, Vivian Prescott, Eva Louise Shelton, Gladys Charles, Jessie Basnight, Russell 
Jefferson, Russell Roebuck, Rabon Rose, Benton Rose, Lymond Angel, Eugene Taylor, 
Clyde Hurt, Clinton Murray, Carl Saunders, Paul Arline, John Westbrook, and Myra 
Joyner, accompanist. 



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THE COLLEGIATE 



Published monthly by the Students of 
Atlantic Christian College 
Wilson, North Carolina 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Collins Yelverton Editor-in-Chief Archie Eagles 

Erie Dail Managing Editor Clement Miller _. 



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Ass't. Bus. Manager 



STAFF EDITORS 

Jacob Talyor Sports Paul Arline, Jr. Religion 

Assistant Sports Lynwood Phillips Velma Gurganus Humor 

Rommie Mallison 



ORGANIZATIONS 
Sue Todd 



FACULTY ADVISOR 
R. D. Bullock, Jr. 



Jessie Basnight 
Lymond Angel 
Randolph Allen 

Kathleen Roberson 
Jessie Basnight 



REPORTERS 
Doris Bass Nancy Stephenson C. B. Hinnant 

Eva Mae Whitley P. D. Grady, Jr. C. R. Helsbeck 

William Willis Jack Aycock 



TYPISTS 
Georgia Brewer 
Mary Brewer 



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Katherine Bell 



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FOUNDED— 1925 

MOTTO: Semper Est Amicitia. 

COLORS: Silver and Lavender. FLOWER: Sweet Pea 

HOSTESS: Mrs. W. T. Holden. 

FRATER IN FACULTATE 
Cortell King Holsapple, M. A. 

OFFICERS— '33 - '34 

President Eldon Rogers 

Vice-President Jacob Taylor 

Secretary , Bruce Riley 

Chaplain Harold Tyre 

Sergeant-at-Arms Edwin Reel 

FRATRES IN COLLEGIO 
1934 1935 1936 

Dick Barnes George Amerson Jimmie Barnes 

Eldon Rogers Edwin Reel Bill Cunningham 

Benton Rose Jacob Taylor Ferby Fulghum 

John Westbrook Harold Tyre Elliot Jernigan 

Wyatt Collins Yelverton Lynwood E. Phillips 

Jack Riley 
FRATRES IN URBE 
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PHI SIGMA TAU SORORITY 

The Phi Sigma Tau Sorority, the oldest Greek letter organization at Atlantic Chris- 
tian College, has had a very successful year. There were seven members taken in 
this year. The annual banquet was held May the twelfth at the Country Club celebrat- 
ing the twenty-second birthday of the Sorority. 

OFFICERS 
FIRST SEMESTER 

President Ina Rivers Tuten 

Vice-President Maria Brinson 

Secretary Sue Todd 



SECOND SEMESTER 

President Hazel Windley 

Vice-President Ina Rivers Tuten 

Secretary Georgia Brewer 



Treasurer Gladys Charles Treasurer Sue Todd 

CHAPTER ROLL 

Class of '34— Mabel Cherry, Sue Todd. 

Class of '35 — Maria Brinson, Gladys Charles, Ina Rivers Tuten, Hazel Windley. 

Class of '36 — Elizabeth Belangia, Georgia Brewer, Mary Brewer, Geraldine Bryant, 

Ruth Johnston, Kathleen Roberson. 
Sponsors — Mrs. Nannelle Hinton. 
Honorary Member — Mrs. Agnes Lenich. 



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ALPHA CHAPTER 

Founded— 1925 

COLORS: Gold and White. FLOWER: Daisy. 

FRATER IN FACULTATE 

F. A. Hodges, M. S. 

OFFICERS 
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER 

E. C, Miller. Jr President F. E. Dail 

R. A. Winfield Vice-President R. A. Winfield 

N. G. Blackman, Jr Secretary O. R. Brinson, Jr. 

A. Y. Eagles Treasurer A. Y. Eagles 

D. W. Bryant Serg't-at-Arms J. I. Eagles 

G. C. Murray Chaplain E. L. Southard 

CHAPTER ROLL 



N. G. Blackman, Jr. '35 

0. R. Brinson, Jr. '36 

D. W. Bryant '35 

E. E. Dail '34 

A. Y. Eagles '35 

J. I. Eagles '36 

P. D. Grady, Jr. '35 



E. C. Miller, Jr. '34 

G. C. Murray '35 

T. W. Owens '36 

E. L. Southard '35 

J. E. Williamson '35 

W. H. Willis '35 

R. A. Winfield '34 



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On May 19th at the Country Club, Sigma Tau Chi Sorority entertained at their 
annual Spring Banquet, bringing to a close a very enjoyable year of social activity. 
During the year the Sorority have taken in four new members with appropriate initia- 
tion ceremonies. We are also, losing with regret four of our best members through 
graduation. Last year we won the organization scholarship cup and we are hoping 
to retain it this year. 

Our Chapter is composed of the following members: 

Doris Bass '34 Julia Winfield '36 

Velma Gurganus '34 Margaret Bullington '36 

Eva Mae Whitley '34 Dorothy Little '36 

Frances Stott '34 Maxime Long 

Emma Laura Barfoot '35 Mary Virginia Sasser 

Mary Blackburn '35 Mrs. W. A. Lucas, Sponsor. 

Kathleen Eagles '35 



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MAY DAY FESTIVAL 



In an ancient day in England a tiny kingdom was celebrating the marriage of its 
n:w king. May had come with her gift of Spring. There were blue unclouded skys, 
the tender green of new leaves, birds all glad and full of song. The villagers were 
gathered on a wooded knoll near the palace. The prince had offered as a wedding 
g'ft to his lovely bride, the privilege of ruling over his entire kingdom for one season 
of the year. To aid her in making the decision, the vilagers pictured the seasons 
before her in pageantry and dance. A holiday had been proclaimed. The villagers 
bide:ked themselves in garlands, set the chimes ringing, and presented Summer, with 
her flower r ng cf adoring love, prancing Autumn with harvest fruits, Winter strong 
and purshtcnt. Then came Spring fresh and sweet. As she appeared, the throng 
b rsi into happy song to welcome her. The maiden liked Spring best of all, The Spirit 
of Spring joyfully placed the crown of flowers on the maiden's head. The ladies ana 
gentlemen of the court, filled with the spirit of the occasion, rose and danced the 
stately minuet. Then the joyous villagers danced around the May Pole in happy 
celebration until the golden sun sank behind the purple hills. 

PROCESSIONAL: 

Heralds, Attendants to the King and Queen, Flower Girls, May Queen and King, 
Train Bearers, Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court. Villagers portraying Summer, 
Autumn, Winter, Spring, Village Maidens. 

MAY COURT: 

Queen: Maria Brinson. 
King: Jack Aycock. 

Personal Attendants: Gladys Charles, Oscar Brinson, Ina Rivers Tuten, Hayden 
Wiggs. 

Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court: Frances Stott and Billie Blackman, Geraldine 
Bryant and Benton Rose, Mabel Cherry and Donahue Bryant, Mary Brewer 
and Clinton Murray, Jessie Wethington and Elbert Southard, Sarah Loftin 
and Russell Jefferson, Kathleen Eagles and C. B. Hinnant. Elizabeth Bel- 
angia and Frank Wilkins. 



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Horace Cunningham. Center row: E. C. Miller, ,]r., Manager, A. C. Dawson, Oakel 
Bass, Edwin Reel, Coach F. A. Hodges. Front row: George Amerson, Eldon Rogers, 
co-captains. 

The Bulldogs had a very successful season this year, considering the handicaps under 
which they performed. With a gym on the campus in which to work in the coming 
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Left to right — First row: Blackman, outfield; Paige, pitcher; Kavanaugh, pitcher; 
co-captain Fulghum, catcher; Lee, 2nd base; J. Barnes, 3rd base; Dawson, 1st base. 

Second row: co-captain Ballance, outfield; Jernigan, pitcher; Rogers, outfield; Oden, 
outfield. 

Standing: Coach Hodges, D. Barnes, outfield; Amerson, shortstop; Manager Reel. 

The baseball outlook for 1934 was very promising at the first of the year, but due 
to many handicaps our winning percentage was disappointing. With a new gym for 
early training and most of the squad back next year with some experience we should 
have a very good team in 1935. 

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For the first time Atlantic Christian College is this year participating in intercol- 
legiate tennis, and has already played two matches, losing one and winning the other. 
Professor Cortell K. Holsapple, of the English Department is coaching the team. 

In the game recently played with the Catawba Indians, the local team lost by a 
score of five to two, but in the second match following soon after the Bulldog team 
defeated the Elon Christians by the ?ame score, five to two., with which they were 
defeated by the Catawba outfit. 

The local team is scheduled to play off a match with Elon on the local court on 
May 4th. Negotiations are now being made to schedule matches with other teams in 
the North State Conference. 

The Bulldog team is planning to take part in the North State Conference which is 
to take place sometime during the first part of next month, either at Catawba or 
Guilford. 

The Captain of the local team is Bill Cunningham, sophomore from Owenton, Ken- 
tucky and the Manager is Jack Riley, sophomore from Wilson. 

The ranking of the members of the team are: Cunningham, first; A. C. Dawson, 
freshman, Zebulon, second; Eldon Rodgers, senior, Ros£ Hill, third; James Barnes, 
sophomore, Wilson, fourth; Riley, fifth; and Bryan Deans, freshman, Wilson. 



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GIRLS* ATHLETIC CLUB 

The Girls' Athletic Club was organized in 1031. At this time there was felt a dire 
need for a fuller program of physical education for girls, and with this idea in view 
the club was organized. With Miss Charlotte Hill as faculty instructor, the club has 
made much progress in the three years of its existence. Inter-society sports have 
been sponsored by the club and much interest has been manifested in all contests. 

OFFICERS 

President : Frances Stott 

Vice-President , Emma Laura Barfoot 

Secretary Inez May 

Treasurer Elizabeth House 



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Clark 
Hardware Co. 

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Headquarters 
for 

Quality Hardware 
and Paints 

WILSON, N. C. 
Phone 129 



We handle a complete line of 

DRY GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS, MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHES 

LADIES READY-TO WEAR is „uv Specialty 

"Shop With Confidence and Wear with Pride" 

LEDER BROTHERS 

WILSON. N. C. 

Theatre Soda Shoppe 

Next To Wilson Theatre 

All Kinds of Magazines 



SODAS, TOBACCO AND CANDIES 



BLUE RIVER PERFECT DIAMONDS 
Hamilton - - Elgin - - Waltham Watches 

PARKER AND SHAEFFER FOUNTAIN PENS 
GORHAM STERIING SILVER 



DENNY'S 

JEWELERS 
Next the Wilson Theatre 



First Class Dry Cleaning 

WILSON DYE WORKS 

SEE OUR COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVE 

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We Guarantee Work We are Responsible 



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Perry L. Lamm 

Engraver 

Watch and Jewelry 
Repairing 




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115 S. Tavboro Street 



WILSON. N. C. 



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Moss & Co. 



"TREAT PEOPLE 
RIGHT" 



TARBORO STREET 
WILSON. N. C. 



Buy the best Hot Dogs and Hambergers 
In the State 

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CONEY ISLAND 
QUICK LUNCH 



Fried Ham Sandwiches 10c Our Specialty 

204 South Goldsboro St. NIKOLAS MAURATZAS, Propr. 

"SERVICE WITH A SMILE" 



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R. E. Quinn & Co. 

For Furniture, Stoves, 
Kelvinators and Philco Radios 



Trade Where Your Dollars Count Most. 



FOR ALL KINDS OF BEAUTY TREATMENT 

SEE ■ 

'Ladye's Beauty Shoppe 



GROUND FLOOR 



218 E. Nash Street 



Phone 923 



COLLEGE GROCERY 

Wilson's Cleanest Store 
Greater Values for Less Money 



PROMPT DELIVERY 



Phone 913 



609 W. Lee St. 



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THIS YEAR MAKE SOME ONE HAPPIER 

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higher hopes, by Giving Something Finer 

Give an ELGIN 

Priced No Higher than Ordinary Watches 

The Quality Shop 

Since 1900 

The Meial Arts Company Inc. 

JEWELERS AND STATIONERS 

TO SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 

Rochester, New York 

S. B. DENNY 

MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATIVE 
WILSON, N. C. 

Whitman's Candies Cara Nome Toilet Goods 

ROY MOORE'C 
DRUG STORE, INC.^J 

WILSON, N. C. 

Phone 1336 Motorcycle Delivery 

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BRUCE LAMM'S Haberdashery 

"The Men's Corner" 



SMART CLOTHES for MEN and YOUNG MEN 

WalstorvEdwards Company 

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Plumbing, Heating 

and Gas Fitting Contractors 



108 South Tarboro Street Phone 418 

WILSON, N. C. 

Wilson Hardware Company 

HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS 

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"COURT HOUSE IN FRONT OF US" 
116 East Nash St. Telephone No. 18 



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YOUNG MERCANTILE CO. 

As usual we are offering up-to-the minute 

Ladies Ready-to-Wear 

Shoes, Men's Clothing, Piece Goods 

and Summer Millinery 

All of which is popular priced 

(We Sell for Less) 

129-151 S. Tarboro St. WILSON, N. C. 

** THE DIXIE INN ^ 

A GOOD PLACE TO EAT 
Barbecue Sea Food 

CHICKEN DINNERS — WESTERN STEAKS 
PRIVATE DINING ROOMS — BANQUET ROOM 

WILSON (FOUR MILES SOUTHj NORTH CAROLINA 

Meet and Treat at Our 
BIG BUSY FOUNTAIN 

GARNER-TARKENTON DRUG STORE 

SAFE PRESCRIPTION WORK PHONE 53 



Davis Auto Co. 

AUTO REPAIRING of All Kinds 



Washing, 
Polishing 
Greasing 



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Wrecking Service 
Phone 857 
Night 393-W 1105-W 



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Thomas 

Yelverton 

Furniture 

Co. 



It Is the Height of Onr 
Ambition to Please 

YOU 

W. Barnes St. Phone 594 



BETTER FURNITURE 
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
AMBULANCE SERVICE 



Phone 58, We are Never Late 



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For Your Health" 



EAT AT 



Dick's Place 



WEST NASH STREET 



ALL KINDS SANDWICHES 
and Assorted Drinks 



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tailings Printers 



WILSON, N. C. 



Quick Service and Better Printing 



Call Phone No. 655 



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Gulf Refining Company 



PRODUCTS <••« 



A. A. RUFFIN, Distributor 



A Gulf Station on Every Highway Coming Into Wilson 



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The 

Specialty 
Shop 

Sec our varied stock of 

Ladies 
Ready-to-Wear 

112 East Nash St. 



THE 

WILSON 
BAKERY 

M. M. GARTRELL, Proprietor 
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Bread Cakes. Pies 

WHOLESALE and RETAIL 

SEVENTEEN YEARS OF 

CONTINUOUS SERVICE 

AND QUALITY 

TERMS CASH PHONE 689 = 



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National Bank 

of Wilson 

WILSON, N. C. 

Every Courtesy, attention and Service consistent with 

Good Banking are the facilities ottered by 

this Institution 

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 



Pictures in this Publication 

Made By 

Holden Studio 

Wilson, N. C. 

Duplicate Prints May be Secured at Any Time 1 



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